Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 008102/004.

Names and composition

"TACE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CHLOROTRIANISENE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
008102/004 TACE CHLOROTRIANISENE CAPSULE/ORAL 12MG
011444/001 TACE CHLOROTRIANISENE CAPSULE/ORAL 25MG
016235/001 TACE CHLOROTRIANISENE CAPSULE/ORAL 72MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
008102/004 TACE CHLOROTRIANISENE CAPSULE/ORAL 12MG
011444/001 TACE CHLOROTRIANISENE CAPSULE/ORAL 25MG
016235/001 TACE CHLOROTRIANISENE CAPSULE/ORAL 72MG
084652/001 CHLOROTRIANISENE CHLOROTRIANISENE CAPSULE/ORAL 12MG

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Answered questions

Is there tace amounts of heroin in vicodin?
My ex who thinks he knows everything told me yesterday that vicodin has trace amounts of heroin in it. Is that true? I am taking them for a broken tooth and if thats true I want to stop taking them. Asked by Vinita Rezentes 1 year ago.

My understanding is that heroin and vicodin are both derived from opium, as are many other drugs. This means that vicodin can be addictive if you take too much for too long, and it can be dangerous to drive while taking it. However, if you have been prescribed it by a doctor, I would continue to take it. It doesn't contain heroin as such, and your doctor told you to take it because it is suitable for your needs. As long as you follow his instructions you don't need to worry at all. Answered by Tonya Leibman 1 year ago.

i don't believe so, only if you get it illegally people can put other substances in it, if you did get this prescribed by a doctor then you should be fine, if you are worrying i would call your doctor. I have heard it is addictive though.. Answered by Irma Garbett 1 year ago.

I am taking vicoden for migraines and it doesn't do a thing for me. Excedrin works better. Anyways, I doubt it. Answered by Antonietta Commiskey 1 year ago.

no no no... Answered by Candie Cowett 1 year ago.


Is there tace amounts of heroin in vicodin?
My ex who thinks he knows everything told me yesterday that vicodin has trace amounts of heroin in it. Is that true? I am taking them for a broken tooth and if thats true I want to stop taking them. Asked by Pei Nappi 1 year ago.

My understanding is that heroin and vicodin are both derived from opium, as are many other drugs. This means that vicodin can be addictive if you take too much for too long, and it can be dangerous to drive while taking it. However, if you have been prescribed it by a doctor, I would continue to take it. It doesn't contain heroin as such, and your doctor told you to take it because it is suitable for your needs. As long as you follow his instructions you don't need to worry at all. Answered by Lavonne Furlough 1 year ago.

i don't believe so, only if you get it illegally people can put other substances in it, if you did get this prescribed by a doctor then you should be fine, if you are worrying i would call your doctor. I have heard it is addictive though.. Answered by Freddie Cockey 1 year ago.

I am taking vicoden for migraines and it doesn't do a thing for me. Excedrin works better. Anyways, I doubt it. Answered by Kathy Kearley 1 year ago.

no no no... Answered by Darci Chalaban 1 year ago.


Is there tace amounts of heroin in vicodin?
My ex who thinks he knows everything told me yesterday that vicodin has trace amounts of heroin in it. Is that true? I am taking them for a broken tooth and if thats true I want to stop taking them. Asked by Branda Bittick 1 year ago.

My understanding is that heroin and vicodin are both derived from opium, as are many other drugs. This means that vicodin can be addictive if you take too much for too long, and it can be dangerous to drive while taking it. However, if you have been prescribed it by a doctor, I would continue to take it. It doesn't contain heroin as such, and your doctor told you to take it because it is suitable for your needs. As long as you follow his instructions you don't need to worry at all. Answered by Chana Cockroft 1 year ago.

i don't believe so, only if you get it illegally people can put other substances in it, if you did get this prescribed by a doctor then you should be fine, if you are worrying i would call your doctor. I have heard it is addictive though.. Answered by Stephan Schepers 1 year ago.

I am taking vicoden for migraines and it doesn't do a thing for me. Excedrin works better. Anyways, I doubt it. Answered by Eddy Sultemeier 1 year ago.

no no no... Answered by Ione Tofanelli 1 year ago.


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